Mike Edwards, CEO and President of the Knoxville Chamber, led a community discussion of the book Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution and How It Can Renew America by Thomas Friedman in this podcast of a Brown Bag, Green Book program by Knox County Public Library (Knoxville, TN). Topics: Green movement, Environmental conditions
Ali Abdi - Iranian Green Movement and Citizen Journalism: A Revolution on the Internet Date: 6 Oct 2010 - 5:30pm - 7:00pm Building: Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower Room: CEU Auditorium Event type: general Event audience: Public to CEU - Center for Media and Communication Studies (CMCS) Abstract: More than a year passed since the last Iranian presidential election, in which Mahmoud Ahmadinejad controversially regained power. Many Iranians who were campaigning against Ahmadinejad for months did not... Topics: CEU, redjade, iran, human rights, green movement
This is an audio recording of an event called “Upheavals in the Arab World & Iran's Green Movement” held in Chicago on Feburary 4th, 2011. It is a panel discussion celebrating the publication of The People Reloaded: The Green Movement and the Struggle for Iran's Future, edited by Nader Hashemi and Danny Postel. This part 2 of the event. For part 1 go to the following link... http://www.archive.org/details/PeopleReloaded-Part1&reCache=1 Here is more info from the event organizer... Topics: Iran, Egypt, Democracy, Green Movement, Tunisia
This is an audio recording of an event called “Upheavals in the Arab World & Iran's Green Movement” held in Chicago on Feburary 4th, 2011. It is a panel discussion celebrating the publication of The People Reloaded: The Green Movement and the Struggle for Iran's Future, edited by Nader Hashemi and Danny Postel. This part 1 of the event. For part 2 go to the following link... http://www.archive.org/details/PeopleReloaded-Part2&reCache=1 Here is more info from the event organizer... Topics: Iran, Egypt, Democracy, Green Movement, Tunisia
This amateur video tries to present green movement from its pre era to the presence. The first part briefly presents its specific streams, from green political parties to groups like Animal Rights Militia, and the second part embraces summary of the non-profitable non-governmental organization's campaings organized by LZ VLK, Greenpeace and Sloboda Zvierat, but also the more radical groups operating in the Slovak republic. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2355977/ Topics: AKS, environmentalism, green movement, environment, animal rights, activism, ecology
'Mindenki Joga' on Budapest's Civil Radio 98fm - redjade show #038 to be posted at http://LMV.hu/mindenkijoga Topics: hungary, budapest, iran, green movement, palestine, israel, roma, gypsies, flotilla, gaza
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Marching Mocs are embracing the green movement and starting to reduce their carbon footprint. They have eliminated disposable cups from the practice field and are collecting used paper from the campus to print the marching band's music on the other side of the paper. Other green actions include switching from disposable to reusable ponchos to protect the band members at rainy games. Around and About is a production of WUTC in Chattanooga. Topics: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, UTC, Marching Mocs, green movement, recycle
'Mindenki Joga' on Budapest's Civil Radio 98fm - redjade show #011 to be posted at http://LMV.hu/mindenkijoga Topics: redjade, civil radio, mindenki joga, hungary, budapest, human rights, iran, green movement,...
Dr. Dana Christensen, Associate Laboratory Director of the Energy and Engineering Sciences Directorate of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, discusses Coming clean: breaking America's addiction to oil and coal by Michael Brune in this recording of a Brown Bag, Green Book program of Knox County Public Library, Knoxville, TN. Topics: Fossil fuels--Environmental aspects, Biomass energy, Renewable energy sources, Green movement
Platypus panel at the Left Forum 2010 in New York City, Pace University, March 20, 2010. Rather than asking what the Left thinks of Iran, this panel will pose the question, what does Iran reveal about the Left, its limitations and failures? This panel will address the crisis of the Islamic Republic and the historical task of the Left to clarify its role regarding the current Green Movement today. The 1979 Islamic Revolution continues to weigh on the political imagination of the Left.... Topics: Iran, Green Movement, Laura Lee Schmidt, Siyaves Azeri, Hamid Dabashi, Christopher Cutrone,...
On the first episode of the Stateless Homesteading podcast, I am joined by Jake Counts of We Are Not Cattle (www.wearenotcattle.net) to discuss the implementation of local Agenda 21 projects in our area, how to sniff out "sustainable development" projects in your hometown, and most importantly, how to mount effective resistance against Agenda 21. www.statelesshomesteading.com Topics: Agenda 21, sustainable development, smart cities, technocracy, Anglo-American Establishment,...
byMusic: copyright Ian Irvine 1998-2005. Video: Images from various public domain sources.
This music video makes use of archival footage (drawn from various public domain videos up at this site) in an effort to link environmental degredation (deforestation etc.) to various forms of geo-political insanity - in particular the development of atomic and nuclear weapons in the 20th century. The song 'Cosmic Suicide' was written by myself in 1998 at the height of the Ozone Depletion crisis but is just as relevant today in terms ofrecent international inaction on climate change (as well as... Topics: climate change, ozone depletion, environmental crisis, deforestation, extinctions, greenhouse gas...